Okay, so there’s no tracklist yet and details are still being firmed up, but dammit, it’s something. “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo” soundtrack will hit everywhere outside North America via Mute Records, as the film’s composer Trent Reznor tweeted last night. And well, that’s about it. No release date has been revealed.
Once again pairing with Atticus Ross, the duo took home an Oscar for best Original Score last year for David Fincher‘s “The Social Network,” and if the trailers have been anything to go by thus far, they’re returning to their carefully constructed electronic vibes for this journey as well. As for the cover of Led Zeppelin‘s “Immigrant Song” sung by Karen O that powered the first red band trailer for the movie, no word yet if it too will pop up on the disc, though our fingers are crossed that it will.
Reznor also tweeted to “Look for a lot more information on Dec 2” which is a Friday. Could Reznor be plotting a Radiohead-esque self release of the soundtrack like his last few albums via his own The Null Corporation shingle? We’ll soon seen. For now, here are a couple of new pics from the film. [Pitchfork/Vanity Fair]